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Inverkeithing

Inverkeithing

This centrally located town lies within Fife, along the flowing Firth of Forth a short drive from the capital city of Edinburgh and West Fife. This is the ideal location for those who wish to explore further afield in central Scotland. The town itself features a number of cultural and historical attractions, with Inverkeithing Museum being a great attraction to learn more about the local history of the area.

We love Inverkeithing because...

  • Close to Edinburgh
  • Nearby the Firth of Forth
  • Located in Kingdom of Fife
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Hotels
Hotels in Inverkeithing
Boreland Lodge Hotel
31/33 Boreland Road, Inverkeithing KY11 1DA

This cosy hotel is perfect for get up and go types, close to the train station it is ideal for those looking to explore central Scotland.

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Boreland Lodge Hotel
31/33 Boreland Road, Inverkeithing KY11 1DA

This cosy hotel is perfect for get up and go types, close to the train station it is ideal for those looking to explore central Scotland.

In and around Inverkeithing

St Andrews Cathedral

Erected back in 1158 AD, this once grand cathedral fell into ruin due to the outlaw of the Catholic Mass. The remains today stand as a testament to what was once the largest church in Scotland, as well as housing a number of ancient Christian relics sculptures and sarcophagi. Guests can climb St Rule’s tower for stunning views over the surrounding area.

Deep Sea World

Proud owners of one of the largest collection of sharks in Europe, this fun-filled attraction pulls in visitors from all ages to admire the beautiful sea life on show. There are over 40 displays including seals, seahorses, piranhas and even a snapping turtle. The 4.5 million-litre walkthrough tunnel is the real attraction, housing a number of fish species including sharks, which swim around guests as they walk through this sea safari. Visitors can also join a guided tour, or if they are feeling brave enough they can go for a dive with the sharks.

Forth Rail Bridge

This cantilever railway bridge connects the towns of North and South Queensferry, an impressive feat of engineering, which is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. Originally constructed in 1890, this bridge remains a truly iconic Scottish landmark and even features upon Scottish banknotes.

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